Mezzo-Soprano Svetlina Stoyanova from Bulgaria and Bass Cho ChanHee from South Korea are the winners of the 17. International Singing Competition ‘Neue Stimmen’. On Saturday, five up-and-coming female singers and five rising male singers competed in the finals. The top three female and top three male performers received cash awards totaling €60,000.


1st prize, €15,000: Svetlina Stoyanova, Mezzo-Soprano (Bulgaria, born in 1991)

2nd prize, €10,000: Emily D’Angelo, Mezzo-Soprano (Canada, born in 1994)

3rd prize, €5,000: Zlata Khershberg, Mezzo-Soprano (Russia, born 1990)


1st prize, €15,000: Cho ChanHee, Bass (South Korea, born in 1992)

2nd prize, €10,000: Johannes Kammler, Baritone (Germany, born in 1988)

3rd prize, €5,000: Mingjie Lei, Tenor (China, born in 1988)

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